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Our planet is rapidly changing, pushing vital ecosystems and species to the brink of extinction. Both scientists and science communicators can help our societies mitigate and adapt to these changes. As a part of both communities, my goal is to make evidence-based recommendations for conservation solutions, and to inspire others to help protect the living world. I am lucky to have been able to do both throughout my academic and professional career working in orangutan conservation in Indonesia, researching tropical montane forests in Peru, and now as the Director of Science Communication at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami, Florida.

To learn more about my research and download my CV, check out my Research page. If you are interested reading some of my science communication work or in hiring me for freelance science writing, editing, and fact-checking, please go to the Science Writing page. I look forward to hearing from you!

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